Trans woman epically shuts down transphobe who claims ‘God only made two genders’ in viral TikTok
A trans woman was the hero we needed but in absolutely no way deserved when she found a transphobic TikTok user today.
The anti-trans user asserted in a video that there are “only two genders”, a completely original and never before made argument.
Seeing the clip, Kendall Olivia hit back at the anti-trans guy by duetting her own video to run side-by-side with his.
Olivia, based in Los Angeles, California, later told PinkNews that she believes the LGBT+ community “has a voice” and should stand-up against queerphobic people.
TikTok user claiming there are ‘only two genders’ gets put in his place by trans woman.
In the TikTok clip, the guy gives a masterclass in anti-trans talk to the beat of ‘Cartier’ by Dopebwoy featuring Chivv and 3robi.
He walked onto screen with the caption: “I respect your opinion on this and always will but.”
— kendall olivia⚡️ (@kendallraindrop) December 10, 2019
A sentence that always ends well.
The guy then points up and a trio of captions that read collectively: “There are only two genders.”
Before, “and that’s the way God made it”, flashed on the screen.
But in parallel to this, Olivia sways before wagging her finger as the user’s transphobia appeared on the screen.
She then jumped out of her chair as, “If God only made two gender, how am I here then? Cuz God made me”, appeared on her side of the screen.
‘I stood up because I believe we all have a voice!’
“It upset me that people were engaging with content that further supported the idea of only having two genders,” Olivia told PinkNews.
“Which basically invalidates me as a trans woman.
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“So, I decided to duet the TikTok in order to bring awareness to people like this.
“In high-school people, like him would say the same thing and would always try and make me feel less then human.
“No one should ever feel that way.
“So I stood up because I believe we all have a voice!”
Earlier this year, it was revealed that TikTok had been censoring LGBT-positive content in conservative countries, even if homosexuality had never been illegal there.